Back Away from the Starbucks… Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipes to Celebrate Fall

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Back Away from the Starbucks… Paleo Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipes to Celebrate Fall

As soon as the calendar shifted from August to September, we have to admit there’s a little longing for our old lives… including that oh so familiar Pumpkin Spice Latte. But the reality is, we don’t need it, and once we found out what was in it, we decided to kiss it good-bye for good. In our quest to recreate our very ‘basic bitch’ Fall beverage of choice, we found loads of recipes for paleo pumpkin spice lattes filled with real ingredients that we don’t feel the least bit concerned about drinking.

So check out the recipes linked below, along with the helpful video from the ever amazing Danielle Walker of Against All Grain.

Not a coffee drinker? We’ve found that strongly brewed black tea creates a beautiful pumpkin spice tea latte.

Pro Tip – many of these recipes are well served by a touch of orange zest or some additional vanilla extract or (our favorite!) vanilla bean powder.

–  Recipes to Try  –

PALEO PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE RECIPE |  Against All Grain
One of the most popular paleo bloggers out there, her recipes set the standard. Check out the video (linked above) along with the full recipe. We love that her recipe uses real pumpkin, and is easily created with some simple paleo pantry staples.

PALEO AND WHOLE 30 PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE | Tastes Lovely
Simple switches like dates instead of maple syrup make this one Whole 30 compliant. We love that it’s a single serving and includes a coconut whipped cream. This one is great over ice too.

PALEO PUMPKIN SPICE CREAMER  |  The Clean Eating Couple
This creamer features soaked nuts and can easily be made ahead and stored in the fridge for use. Like it a little sweeter? Dates are an easy add-in.
Not able to tolerate nuts? Shredded coconut, flax, or sunflower seeds can easily be substituted.

Give these a try and let us know what you think! Which is your favorite? Connect with us on the Clean Made Community.

2018-10-09T15:13:48+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|Clean Eats, Clean Living, Clean Reads, DIY, Fall Recipes, Holidays, Nutrition, Recipes|